By now we're somewhat used to the painfully distended wait in between 'Sherlock' seasons, currently scheduled for a fourth series sometime before the sun explodes into pandas, but there's a spot of good news yet. According to ever-in-demand series star Martin Freeman, we may yet see the dashing detective return for a 'Sherlock' Christmas special by 2015.
The other day we were dismayed to learn that 'Doctor Who' would skip out on Comic-Con 2014 in favor of its global tour introducing Peter Capaldi as the the newest iteration of our beloved Time Lord, but there's good news yet. The powers that be at BBC have officially confirmed 'Doctor Who' season 8 for an August premiere, along with a brand new teaser with some heavy questions for The Doctor!
Anyone who's been to San Diego Comic-Con in recent years knows that the 'Doctor Who' panel can be something of a madhouse, particularly as this past year showed off snippets of the 50th anniversary special between (former) series stars Matt Smith and David Tennant. Well, we've got good news and bad, as it seems fans at Comic-Con 2014 won't have to worry about lining up for a panel.
The wait in between 'Sherlock' seasons has always felt exceptionally cruel, what with the ever-expanding careers of series stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, but Netflix subscribers at least have some good news. Not only has the entire third season been made exclusively available on the streaming service, but multiple bonus featurettes have been sleuthed up to join the new episodes as well.
Was Peter Capaldi's arrival as the newest 'Doctor Who' star in the 2013 Christmas special "The Time of the Doctor" not enough for you? You're in luck! After a long wait, the BBC has officially set 'Doctor Who''s eighth season/series for an August 2014 premiere, with a brand new teaser trailer that highlights plenty of carnage in the TARDIS to come.
For as much as BBC-A's clone drama 'Orphan Black' and its leading lady Tatiana Maslany broke out with fans and critics alike, the April 19 season 2 premiere, "Nature Under Contstraint and Vexed," didn't quite garner ratings consistent with such a buzzed-about series. So, why not check out the season 2 premiere in its entirety right now to find out what you've been missing?
Over the weekend, fan-favorite BBC-A clone drama 'Orphan Black' returned for its much-anticipated second season, allowing Golden Globe nominee Tatiana Maslany to portray her various clone characters once more. The second season premiere "Nature Under Constraint and Vexed" kicked up a few new mysteries to be sure, but what about that shocking major twist in the final moments? How did that character return?
We're just over a week from the season 2 premiere of BBC-A fan favorite 'Orphan Black,' which brings back Golden Globe nominee Tatiana Maslany as the many clones that comprise the cast, along with supporting characters new and old. And though we've already seen a few posters and photos for the April 19 premiere, the latest round casts suspicion in every direction, teasing a few new characters and conflicts to come.
Along with the many returns on HBO this coming Sunday, April 2014 will also see the return of everyone's favorite clone drama (there could be others!) 'Orphan Black' on April 19. It's been quiet for a few weeks, but now the latest trailer for Sarah, Cosima, Alison and Rachel's clone woes arrived, and it looks as if season 2 will have a lot more knock-down, drag-out brawls than we remember the first time around.
Fan-favorite clone drama 'Orphan Black' gave us our best look yet into season 2 with last week's release of new photos and an official trailer for Tatiana Maslany's multi-faceted return but the latest artwork is the most sleek yet. Check out all four known living iterations of Tatiana Maslany's 'Orphan Black,' in a new round of season 2 posters!